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Jessica Gordon Nembhard: Cooperative Economics and Civil Rights

What role did economic cooperation play in the civil rights movement? As it turns out, a huge one. This forgotten history is the focus of Dr. Jessica Gordon Nembhard’s recent book Collective Courage: A History of African-American Economic Thought and Practice.

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Economy Changes. Change the economy!

A video reportage, produced by Cospe and Susy Consortium, to discover some best practices around the world of Social and Solidarity Economy. More information about the SUSY initiative: www.solidarityeconomy.eu

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3 minutes, 3 messages: Public Policies for SSE

Peter Utting* explains in three minutes why social and solidarity economy should not be romanticized, but should be taken seriously as an important means of implementation of the SDGs. His three messages: SSE is an innovative approach to inclusive and sustainable development that builds both economic and political empowerment; many governments are supporting SSE expansion …

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Benjamin Quiñones (RIPESS Asia) talks about the 8th ILO Academy on SSE

Benjamin Quiñones (RIPESS Asia) talks about the 8th ILO Academy on SSE

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Jason Nardi talks about RIPESS network

During the launch of SUSY project, last october 8th 2015 in Bologna (Italy), we meet JASON NARDI, european coordinator of RIPESS, intercontinental network for the promotion of Social and Solidarity Economy.   By: Susy project

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A Story about Social and Solidarity Economy by Challenging the Crisis

Challenging the Crisis campaigns for the inclusion of Social and Solidarity Economy on the political and economic agenda of the European Union, particularly working towards a European Year for Social and Solidarity Economy.

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Working together for a cooperative future

A video created in a collaborative manner that shares the experiences, challenges and motivations of young cooperators in 9 worker and social cooperatives from 9 countries worldwide. By: CICOPA

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The impact of the social economy

By: Le chantier de l’économie sociale (Quebec)

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